Can Kawhi Leonard return to save the Spurs (and make a run at Houston)? Can the Nuggets make a run? The guys size up the Western Conference playoff chase, talk about the chaos in Cleveland and a whole lot more, per usual.
Dan Besbris talks streaming for week 23, what to do if you’re on a bye week, how to set yourself up for streaming success even if you didn’t plan ahead, and, of course, the Reverse Chronological Lightning Round of the weekend-just-past.
Lakers enthusiast and WWE podcast host Fred Dinkins joins the crew (Dr. Eric Noble, Dan Besbris & Eli Bauman) for a recap of the two Lakers losses in Golden State and home to the Heat.
The guys discuss Eli and Eric’s trip to see a South Bay Lakers game, Fred’s take on the Lakers potential future(s), the growth of Isaiah Thomas into a beloved team member, and how the Lakers can attack their upcoming four game road trip.
Christian Villere is joined by Sacramento Kings Beat Blogger for Hoop Ball, Jon Schifferle.
Christian and Jon rewind the Kings last 4 ball games. They touch on the frustration with WCS, and the clutchness of De’Aaron Fox. Then they move to a breakdown of Michael Porter Jr., and what to make of the recent Buddy Hield hot streak.
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Dan Besbris takes a look at the Thursday-to-Sunday streaming options, plus which players can carry over into the following week. Dan also takes a brief but interesting look at the short Wednesday evening box scores, because, well, don’t we kinda have to?
Christian Villere welcomes back Kings super fan, Johnny Taylor Jr. to the show.
They explore the recent run of porous defense from the Kings, Skal’s potential upside, the shortcomings of Buddy Hield, and what the Kings could get in a trade for WCS. Then they round it off with every Kings fan’s favorite subject this time of year: the draft.